Continuing on with my collection of drawers---everyone collects drawers, don't they? You can see my original drawer post here.
I don't know where this drawer came from originally -- probably a hardware store. It has tin sides with great graphics on the front. It is currently home to another collection of mine -- hand towels with 'huck weaving'.
This metal two-drawer unit is from my childhood. My grandparents owned a sewing machine sales and repair shop in Kansas. Originally, there was a stack of about five of these units that housed sewing machine parts. I don't have a clue what happened to the rest of the stack.
Or, why I ended up with one of the units. I just know I was always fascinated with them, so I probably whined enough that they gave me one unit to shut me up.
This is a tiny chest of drawers also from my childhood. The woman that cut my hair as a child was Japanese and displaced to Colorado during World War II. She knew I loved little things, so she gave this to me one Christmas.
I've always kept tiny treasures in it.
It is currently displaying thimbles from my grandmothers and great-grandmothers.
More drawers to come in a future post.
For now, I'm sharing these at the following blog parties:
From my Front Porch to Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursday
French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
2805 for Potpourri Friday
Funky Junk Interiors for Saturday Nite Special
A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesday